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BRYAN WHITE ALLOWED TO SETTLE MURDER ISSUES OUT OF COURT

By; Peter Ssebulime City Socialite Brian Kirumira alias Bryan White has agreed to exploit out of court settlement in the attempted murder charges against him with his bodyguard corporal Thomas Okoth against his neighbor Victor Bitwire. Today, his legal team comprising John Bulungu and Rama Omungu told Makindye Chief Magistrate Erias Kakooza that out of […]

RWANDESE IN UGANDA TO COMMEMORATE 24YEARS OF GENOCIDE IN RAKAI, MPIGI

By; Peter Ssebulime The government of Rwanda is to commemorate the 24th anniversary since the end of the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi April 7th with several activities taking place in Rwanda and at all its missions in other countries. According to the Rwandan high commissioner to Uganda Maj. Gen. Francis Mugambaje, the 1994 genocide of […]

INTERPOL DISPLAY CONFISCATED COUNTERFEIT GOODS

By; Charles Katabalwa   The International Police in Uganda (Interpol Uganda) Director and International relations, AIGP Dr. Fred Yiga, has warned the public against buying counterfeit goods that have flooded Kampala markets and the surrounding districts. While displaying an assortment of confiscated counterfeit goods, at Interpol offices in Kololo Dr. Yiga blamed the brand owners […]

ERA REDUCES POWER TARIFFS FOR INDUSTRIES BY UGX1

By; Our Reporter The Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERA) has reduced power tariffs for industrial consumers by Shs1 with effect from this month. In a statement released on the ERA official website, portal Extra-large industrial users will pay Shs1.6 less (Shs369.5) per unit whereas large industrial consumers will pay Shs1.1 less (Shs374.4) per unit. Consumers who […]